Finally with us in an edition of 40, Sleepland's Tidal Motion. Tidal Motion is a collection of five slabs of ambience, recorded by Sleepland (Kengo Yonemura) in his resident Berlin. His drones waste no time filling space, with a feather-light tone that is countered by a thick, omnipresent texture. There is a subtle drama to Sleepland's particular brand of ambience, perhaps driven by the surprising fact that the guitar is the leading instrument in these works, the strings of which are frequently navigating the more synthetic drones beneath them.
Available now in an edition of 35, ubik's debut is available now via bandcamp and email
London-based ubik mcdxcii debuts an ineffable collection of other-worldly tracks. Rumbling hip-hop beats underpin a constant, psychedelic flow of heavily processed vocals that rattle and tumble across both sides. Undone rhythms that frequently disintegrate somehow guide you to something new.
We're excited to announce the debut of London's ubik mcdxcii.
A drum machine and a plethora of vocal loops get caught in a tunnel, rattling together through a space/time compression. Ubik narrates us through a selection of alien atmospheres using deconstructed rhythms, groaning voices and other strange devices.